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Veterinary Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology

Murphy, Brian G. / Bell, Cynthia M. / Soukup, Jason W.


1. Auflage November 2019
264 Seiten, Hardcover

ISBN: 978-1-119-22125-8
John Wiley & Sons

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Veterinary Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology focuses on methods for establishing a diagnosis and set of differential diagnoses.
* Provides the only text dedicated solely to veterinary oral and maxillofacial pathology
* Guides the pathologist through the thought process of diagnosing oral and maxillofacial lesions
* Focuses on mammalian companion animals, including dogs, cats and horses, with some coverage of ruminants, camelids, and laboratory animal species
* Features access to video clips narrating the process of histological diagnosis on a companion website

1. A philosophical approach to establishing a diagnosis

2. Histological features of normal oral tissues

3. Tooth development (Odontogenesis)

4. Conditions and diseases of teeth

Odontogenic developmental anomalies and attrition

Primary enamel disorders

Primary dentin disorders

Abnormalities in tooth number

Abnormalities in tooth shape

Tooth discoloration

Dental attrition, abrasion, erosion

Degenerative and Inflammatory disorders of teeth


Pulp degeneration

Periapical periodontitis


Plaque and calculus

Tooth resorption

Odontogenic dysplasia

Equine dental diseases


Periodontitis and pulpitis

Nodular hypercementosis (cementoma)

Tooth fractures


5. Inflammatory lesions of the oral mucosa and jaws

Inflammation of oral mucosa

Gingivitis and periodontitis

Feline chronic gingivostomatitis (FCGS)

Virus-associated stomatitis in cats

Canine stomatitis

Immune-mediated dermatoses with oral involvement

Mucosal drug reactions

Mucocutaneous pyoderma

Esosinophilic stomatitis

Granulomatous stomatitis

Oral candidiasis

Uremia-associated stomatitis

Oral inflammation due to chronic or systemic disease

Inflammation of the jaw

Periodontal osteomyelitis

Lumpy jaw (actinomycosis)

Mandibulofacial/maxillofacial abscesses of mice

Periostitis ossificans

6. Trauma and physical injury

Soft tissue injury

Abrasions and lacerations

Traumatic "granuloma"

Thermal and chemical burns

Traumatic lesions of the teeth and jaws

Disrupted tooth development

Aneurysmal bone cyst

Dentoalveolar trauma

Fractures of the jaw

7. Odontogenic tumors

Approach to odontogenic tumors

Tumors composed of odontogenic epithelium and fibrous stroma

Conventional ameloblastoma

Canine acanthomatous ameloblastoma

Amyloid producing ameloblastoma (CEOT/APOT)

Tumors composed of odontogenic epithelium, ectomesenchyme of the dental papilla and follicle

Ameloblastic fibroma

Feline inductive odontogenic tumor

Tumors composed of odontogenic epithelium, ectomesenchyme of the dental papilla and mineralized dental matrices


Ameloblastic fibro odontoma



Odontogenic myxoma

8. Tumors arising from the soft tissues

Melanocytic tumors


Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Oral papilloma


Neuroendocrine carcinoma (carcinoid)

Granular cell tumor

Mast cell tumor


Vascular tumors

9. Tumors of the jaw

Maxillofacial osteosarcoma


Multilobular sarcoma of bone


10. Tumor-like proliferative lesions of the oral mucosa and jaws

TLPL of the oral mucosa

Calcinosis circumscripta

Ectopic sebaceous tissue

Follicular lymphoid hyperplasia

Tonsillar polyp

Sublingual nodules and polyps

Histiocytic foam cell nodules

Nodular chondroid hyperplasia/degeneration of the larynx and epiglottis

TLPL of the tooth-bearing regions of the jaw

Gingival hyperplasia/focal fibrous hyperplasia

Craniomandibular osteopathy (lion jaw)

Peripheral giant cell granuloma


Proliferative fibro-osseous lesions of the oral cavity and jaws

Fibrous dysplasia

Ossifying fibroma

11. Odontogenic cysts

Dentigerous cyst

Lateral periodontal and gingival cyst

Periapical (radicular) cyst

Keratin-filled cysts

12. Lesions of the salivary gland

Microanatomy and physiology

Salivary duct obstruction/cysts

Salivary gland infarction

Salivary gland inflammation (sialoadenitis)

Neoplasia of the salivary gland

13. Appendix
Brian G. Murphy, DVM, PhD, DACVP, is an Associate Professor at the University of California, Davis, in Davis, California, USA.

Cynthia M. Bell, DVM, DACVP, is an Associate Professor at the Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas, USA. Jason Soukup, DVM, DACVD, is an Associate Professor of Dentistry and Oral Surgery at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, in Madison, Wisconsin, USA.

B. G. Murphy, RMA, Inc.